Welcome to our farm!
Lane, Carol, and Martin Burnidge 847-683-2863
17N400 Big Timber Rd. email@example.com
Hampshire, IL 60140
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Lamb Barn is CLOSED for 2014
Thank you to everyone that made this year
FUN and SUCCESSFUL !!!
Also to all who rented chicks - They are all
doing well and growing big due to your great care & love
REMEMBER US FOR U-PICK PUMPKINS & SQUASH
Starting in mid Sept. and all of October !!
Signups for U-Pick Farm Garden - 2014
Info is on our Summer Page
Please e-mail me if you are interested
WE NOW SELL FRESH FROZEN MEAT
LAMB, PORK, and CHICKEN
Naturally Grown & Raised by us! No MSG, No Antibiotics
Check Sheep tab for prices and availability
Please call ahead for frozen meat.
EAR CORN (squirrel,deer,feed)FOR SALE - $.15 per pound
Lambing Barn: Open Saturdays and Sundays 9 am - 3 pm, March & April & May
Available during the week for school groups. Call to set up.
U-Pick CSA: See Summer Page above for info about joining our subscription U-Pick farm garden
Farm Stand: Open April through December
Self Serve Stand open 7 days a week
All products sold are grown on this farm
Hayrides Available !!
Programs that are available:
WE CAN BRING THE FARM TO YOU:
~Groups, Schools, Parties
INDIAN EXPERIENCE TALKS:
~Learn about French Explorer Jacques Marquette, feel real predator fur hides, set predator traps.
INDIAN FOODS/TODAY'S FOODS TALK:
~Chicago onions, campfire in wigwam, teepee and/or along side pioneer wagon, cooking over the fire is welcome!
~See the progress of crops growing and pick you own, see wildlife pond.
WE CAN SCHEDULE AND ADJUST OUR MINI PROGRAMS TO MEET YOUR GROUPS NEEDS!
Directions to our farm (see below)
Directions to our farm:
From Chicago: Exit I-90 at Rt. 47. Go South 1 mile to Big Timber Rd., then go West 1 mile to our Farm.
Look for the red barn with old time arches painted on doors.
From Rockford: Exit I-90 at Route 20 (Hampshire/Marengo Exit). Go East 2 miles to Big Timber Rd., then go East 1 mile to our
Farm. Look for our big White Pine windbreak.
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